Tyra Banks Replaced As Host On ‘Dancing With The Stars’
Controversial “Dancing with the Stars” co-host Banks is leaving the show and will be replaced by two-time “DWTS” champion Julianne Hough, according to multiple news outlets
“Dancing with the Stars,” which streams on Disney+, took to Twitter Monday to announce its new co-host, serving alongside Alfonso Ribeiro, who joined the show last year.
“We are so excited to welcome @juliannehough as co-host of #DWTS Season 32 along with @alfonso_ribeiro!” DWTS wrote, sharing an image of Ribeiro, 55, next to a photo of Hough, 34.
Hough also took to social media Monday to share the news, Variety reported.
“It is such an honor to be rejoining ‘Dancing with the Stars’ as co-host,” Hough wrote on Instagram, sharing the quote she gave Variety about the hosting changes.
As noted by The Hollywood Reporter, Hough won the fourth and fifth seasons of “DWTS” with speed skater Olympian Apolo Ohno and racing driver Helio Castroneves, respectively. She was a judge on the show between 2014 and 2017 and was a guest judge in 2021.
Banks joined “DWTS” in 2020 as the program’s first Black female host and the first person to host the program solo.
We are so excited to welcome @juliannehough as co-host of #DWTS Season 32 along with @alfonso_ribeiro! pic.twitter.com/5GGinAw98z
— Dancing with the Stars #DWTS (@officialdwts) March 20, 2023
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